EGPAF

EGPAFIn honor of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s 25th anniversary this year and Mother’s Day, they want to challenge everyone to help them raise the funds that would allow 2,500 women to get tested for HIV.

That’s 2,500 women who can know their HIV status. That’s 2,500 women who can begin treatment if they’re positive. That’s 2,500 women who could have children born HIV-free!

Join them and make the most powerful Mother’s Day gift. $19 donation in honor of your loved one enables one new mother to get tested, and you can send your loved one an e-card!

If you take away anything from the legacy of their Founder Elizabeth Glaser to help eliminate pediatric AIDS, let it be this:

When a mother knows that her child’s life is at stake — whether her health is declining or she is facing public stigma — she will do whatever it takes to make sure that her child’s future is secure.

Women around the world pass HIV on to their children every day because they don’t have the right tools to prevent the spread of transmission. You better believe if they could stop it, they would do everything in their power to protect their babies.

We have the power to help 2,500 women have healthy, HIV-free babies. Help EGPAF do it: http://bit.ly/18qu4pL

Twitter:

· This Mother’s Day, make a donation to @EGPAF in honor of your own mom that could save a life. http://bit.ly/18qu4pL

· Give thanks to your mom by sending her a personalized e-card and a life-saving donation to @EGPAF in her honor. http://bit.ly/18qu4pL

· Send a personalized e-card this Mother’s Day that could save a child from HIV http://bit.ly/18qu4pL CC: @EGPAF

Facebook:

This Mother’s Day, show your own mom how much she means to you by making a life-saving donation in her honor and send your thanks with a choice of three different e-cards from the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. http://bit.ly/18qu4p

 

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